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My son is a freshman this year. His mother and I were a little upset that he dropped spanish to make room for digital photography in his schedule.

He took these before school started with a tiny Nikon point and shoot. There are some technical flaws but the compositions are pretty impressive for a 13 year old with no training, even if I am a little biased. Maybe dropping spanish wasn't such a bad idea.

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I like the third one, too. He is looking at things from different angles which is good. For a beginner, I think composition is more important than execution. If he enjoys it he will get better at the execution. Learning photo software is a must especially with cheap cameras.

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...digital is incidental to photography. It mainly just frees the user from film limitations. User still has to master composition, exposure, sensitivity, depth of field, f-stops, and shutter speed. I like most of these. Today's phones have pretty good cameras on them for point and shoot.

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